Discover the secrets of the past, hidden within the pages, of books from bygone years. 

Anti-inflammatory drugs similar to those used to treat conditions such as rheumatoid arthritis and psoriasis could in future be used to treat some cases of depression, concludes a review led by the University of Cambridge, which further implicates our immune system in mental health disorders.
In a new study, researchers measure the spin properties of electronic states produced in singlet fission – a process which could have a central role in the future development of solar cells.

Take advantage of a special alumni discount for the Endellion String Quartet's superb concerts, these concerts are all held on Wednesdays.  The dates for 2016  are 19 October and 16 November. The dates for 2017 are 15 February, 15 March, 26 April and 24 May.

A wonderful evening at the Ritz with guest speaker Amanda Pullinger, Chief Executive Officer at 100 Women in Hedge Funds.

Many of the world’s poorest poor don’t have access to a bank account and yet depend on being able to transfer money across borders. Could digital currency help, ask researchers at the Cambridge Centre for Alternative Finance.

Eloise Skinner (Murray Edwards 2010) shares about her admissions experience, undergraduate life, enthusiasm for learning and passion for volunteering. 

Despite being founded on ideals of freedom and openness, censorship on the internet is rampant, with more than 60 countries engaging in some form of state-sponsored censorship. A research project at the University of Cambridge is aiming to uncover the scale of this censorship, and to understand how it affects users and publishers of information
Vivien Kogut Lessa de Sá (Department of Spanish & Portuguese) discusses the life and times of Anthony Knivet, a young soldier from Norfolk who spent nine years living in Brazil in the 16th century. She will be discussing Knivet's life on 22 October as part of the Cambridge Festival of Ideas. 
Researchers have developed a new method for making effective calculations in “high-dimensional space” – and proved its worth by using it to solve a 93-dimensional problem.


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